Wellesley Conservation Council member and drone pilot to speak at Wellesley Rotary Club meeting

The Rotary Club of Wellesley is pleased to announce that Michael Tobin will speak about the Wellesley Conservation Council at the Rotary Club’s January 2 meeting at the Wellesley College Club.

Michael Tobin is a volunteer officer and board member of the Wellesley Conservation Council, Wellesley’s non-profit land trust, since 2015. He serves on the membership, social media, and fundraising committees and enjoys getting his hands dirty working on sanctuary maintenance and cleanups. Michael has been applying his interests in photography and drone (quadcopter) flying to support the land management and promotions of the Council.  He also enjoys the outdoors including gardening at the Weston Road Community Gardens, fishing, and hiking.

Michael Tobin, Wellesley
Michael Tobin, town meeting member; Wellesley Conservation Council board member; and sharer of fun toys, like his drone, will speak at the Rotary Club’s January 2, 2018 meeting.

Michael serves as an elected Town Meeting member since 2015 following his active involvement in the Save the North 40 campaign.  When not outdoors, Michael is Vice President of Technology Platforms at Foundation Medicine which provides personalized genomic testing to help cure cancers. He has held leadership roles in high tech entrepreneurial high-growth companies including Cambridge Technology Partners, StorageNetworks, GlassHouse Technologies, and Mobiquity. He is active in Temple Beth Elohim’s social action initiatives and a frequent guest lecturer at Babson College.

Michael is an 18-year resident of Wellesley; married to Danna Greenberg, professor of organizational behavior at Babson College; and has three children across college and WHS.

All are welcome for the light buffet and easy conversation beginning at 6:15pm.  The 7 – 8pm meeting will include Michael Tobin and his remarks on the Wellesley Conservation Council..

The Rotary Club of Wellesley is one of Wellesley’s oldest community service groups and conducts local programs to benefit the Town of Wellesley. Please check the web site www.wellesleyrotary.org for times and location. The public is always invited to any Rotary program. Please make a reservation on our web site’s calendar or call 781-591- 0759 to speak with one of our board members.

A buffet meal is available for $30.00. When making a reservation, please indicate if you will have the meal in the comment section of the registration.